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to study at the royal college of art in london, a bastion of academic formalism. but he found his real inspiration on the other side of london at the british museum. he visited twice a week for years, drawing objects from the museum's vast ethnographic collection, and drawing inspiration from them that would hava lifelong impact on his work. (henry morre) primitive art makes a straightforward statement. its primary concern is with the elemental and its simplicity comes from a direct and strong feeling, which is very different from being simple for the sake of being simple, which only leads to emptiness. (narrator) moore's student work wasn't always well-received. one royal college professor declared: "this student is feeding on garbage." the student was unapologetic and went to paris in 1922 to experience modern painting and sculpture firsthand. he was thunderstruck by the monumentality of the figures in czanne's bathers. "the figures," he said, "appeared to be sliced out of mountain rock." two years later moore graduated and joined the royal college sculpture faculty, a post that gave
of -- as retaliation. all of us have been to london know and love the city's uniquely spacious yet somewhat old-fashioned black cabs. they are as much a part of the british capital as the big ben on the tower bridge. >> no wonder then there was a huge outcry when back in october the company making those calves filed for bankruptcy. what's worse, the london taxi company had to recall a large number of the calves once renowned for their reliability. -- a large number of the tabs -- cabs once renowned for their reliability. >> not all the caps on the streets of the traditional black cabs and more. martin has driven a taxi in london for 18 years. he would rather not give his last name because he is not sure if he is willing to remain faithful to the london taxi company. >> i really don't know, to be honest. i've got mixed feelings. >> martin loves his job, and he likes driving around london, but he is aware that things have not been going well with the london taxi company. he thinks the company must have bad management because it has been losing money for the last four years running. his own vehicl
-awaited pregnancy in decades. we're live in london. >>> and later in "the pulse," it's a bride's dream come true. and now, it can happen. getting hitched at denny's. >>> and good morning, everybody. we do begin with that breaking news, what could be a pretty serious escalation in tensions between the u.s. and iran. >> it centers, this morning, a report, that the iranians have captured an unmanned american drone. for the very latest, we're joined from london by abc's nick schifrin. good morning, nick. >> reporter: good morning, rob. good morning, paula. we have no comment on this from the u.s. but the iranians claim they brought down what's known as a scan eagle drone, after it violated iranian air space. it's right now in an iranian studio. it's a small surveillance drone. u.s. navy captains used them to watch their own ships. this is not an armed drone. if the iranians brought it down, the u.s. will see that as a very aggressive action. last month, the iranians tried to shoot down a u.s. drone in the same place. almost exactly a year ago, the iranians brought down a high-tech drone, one used by
opponents. and the web site which reveals just how heavily london was bombed in world war ii. thank you for joining us. heavily-armed police have evacuated a church where mourners had gathered in at the wake of the u.s. school shooting. president barack obama is preparing to travel to midtown -- to newtown to console the families of the victims that include 20 children. john, what do we actually know right now about this threat? >> i am not sure that i would make all that much of it. i am afraid to say that bomb threats are a way of life in this country when there is a major and national story on. people tend to take it upon themselves to do this kind of thing. nonetheless, this is the catholic church behind me and there was a service going on on sunday morning when the world's media count out outside, including al jazeera english, so people running out looking quite frightened. we're told there was a bomb threat. we have pictures of this. you can see from these pictures the police and military turning up in serious-looking vehicles and sealing off the church and they are still presentl
of the campaign year. clint eastwood's empty chair number, mitt romney's disastrous overseas trip to london, suggesting that the brits weren't up to hosting the olympics. next, it was the uproar when the white house went to war with the catholic bishops by insisting religious organizations cover employees for contraception and barack obama's frozen performance in the first debate? >> i'm going with london. i was there at the time and it was not only the worst moment for mitt romney but the best moment for boris johnson, the mayor of london, when he came out with that fantastic line, "i hear there's some guy named mitt romney." >> i think it was the olympics, too, because it knocked 10 or 12 days out of his campaign, no one in his campaign wanted to go and he went for a show horse. >> he didn't watch the show horse. >> that would have killed his campaign early. if he had gone for greco-roman wrestling. >> why did the show horse hurt? >> it's a high-end, rich people sport. chris: and he had a horse in the race. >> i think that foreign trip was pretty bad, too, but not just because of london b
and then there was the congestion tax that was a political hot potato and being imposed to keep them from driving into london the american embassy maintained there were not liable to pay because they said it was a charge but they call it the tax. robert tuttle arrived for his credentials they went through the formalities then the informal discussion and she said, and stand you think the congestion charge is the tax? she said it is and she said of course, it is. the diplomatic corps turned white at the prospect but that is very unusual. with her relationship with american presidents, she bonded with them on a personal basis but nothing to do with politics. >>host: with several instances you indicated she has a wicked sense of humor. >>guest: she does. she spends a lot of time in scotland is a great mimic and does a good gordon brown. but her sense of humor is subtle and dried and one of my favorite examples back in 2003 an american lady was in waiting celebrating her 70th birthday held at a nightclub on the square. the queen was very excited because she had not been to a nightclub since the 1940's when she wa
i was going to london, i loved that. the inspiration, through the air, to everything. at the same time, i was fascinated. because i was not part of that. but as a voyeur that i am, i wanted to see them. i'm fascinated. i love them. i love the work of westwood. so i love their work because they did something, but they saw something that was happening, rebellion tight, and that mix of conservative with the art still. i love that, so it has influenced me. for example, in london, i saw a black trench coat, and in the front, you say black is not for children. black is bad, and everything like that that is ridiculous, so i told them. i must say that one for me was a learning experience. i love it. >> london has changed, as every city has. you certainly will not have any of those bankers wearing bowler hats and numberless. more to the point, london out is tremendously diverse. paris is becoming in admitting that it is more a diversity, and there's a little line for me quite hidden away the says i'm very much a parisian or i'm interested in parisian women, but not quite sure that i ever m
that angered so many. it is midday in london. sydney, home to the radio station whose prank call has caused such tragedy. two radio personalities persuaded two blundered nurses -- london nurses to give them information over the phone. one of the nurses is now dead. presenters are giving their reaction and their account of the call they made. let's go to duncan kennedy, joining us from sydney. >> in many ways, this was a very difficult interview for these two to carry out. it was too full. it was emotional. not surprisingly, they have been receiving counseling because of all the public anger directed at them. they said they wanted to tell their story. more importantly, they wanted to say sorry. >> today, michael christian and mel greig are two yong people under intense -- two young people under intense pressure. >> emerging after days in hiding to give their version e theirvents. in a raw -- version of events. in a raw and tearful interview, they said they were guided by what had happened -- gutted by what had happened, the death of jacintha saldanha. >> we could not see this happening. >> d
. and there is lara, standing by in london with all the latest on the big baby news. we have a lot to go to on that. >>> also at home, new developments in the tax showdown in washington. a deal has to get done by january 1st or everyone's taxes will go up. we'll talk about what it will take to get negotiations back on track. >> republicans had their proposal yesterday. we'll see what the reaction is. >>> also, take a look at this video. is this the real-life grinch who stole christmas. the man caught on camera stealing christmas decorations. letting the air out of the whole thing. we'll get more on that in just a moment. >>> also, jessica biel here live. what's life like right now being married to justin timberlake. also, a new movie, on the way, "playing for keeps." so much to talk to her about today. >> that is coming up. >>> let's go to lara, live, all morning long, at buckingham palace with the latest details on the royal baby. good morning, lara. >> good morning, george. what a joy to be here on this day of celebration here in england. folks cheering and giving a thumbs-up as they pass. buckin
shop. this is what it looks like. now, periodicals coming from grape written like the london magazine, gentlemen think of any, these are monthly periodicals. you tend to see maps and illustrations in their, but not in newspapers. after this edition of the cloning of newspapers would see this and perhaps take similar processes for developing similar types of illustrations. we don't. my guess is logistically, time is on their side and they couldn't do this repeatedly. the only known legislation to depict an event during the entire revolutionary war. this is also the age of enlightenment. soviet journalism is entertainment and is education. on the left is the new jersey consent from 1778 were the right to concert dedicated to reestablishment of continental army that details the specs of the infantry, artillery, calvary. on the left is mathematical theory. on the right is the journal printed in philadelphia, where the entire front page is dedicated to news of the surrender cornwallis. in poetry. advertising is also something that struck me in the sense that there's a lot of advertisement
. >> london fletcher walked out on sunday, his family members had a fight break out after the game. >> brianne carter has details -- >> chaos captured on camera at the cleveland browns status as a fight involving the family of washington redskins player london fletcher broke out after the game. you can see several people wearing number 59, his number. speaking out this morning, he said his family was harassed by fans before kickoff. >> my understanding from the moment they got out of their car, they were harassed by browns fans even into the stadium and a 13-year-old cousin was hit in the face prior to the game. >> the redskins linebacker says is and was hospitalized with neck injuries but she did not suffer a heart attack as first reported. the family claims of this started in the stands. >> they were waving at my brother. one of my cousin stood on the chair and the officers said did not stand up. >> this video shows security and covering someone involved. fletcher says four of his relatives were arrested and taken to jail. the family says security at the stadium escalated the situation. >> o
at our website, cbssf.com. >>> with the prince by her side, the duchess of cambridge left a london hospital today after an eventful few days of medical tests, media coverage and one infamous prank call. monica villamizar has the latest. >> reporter: the duchess of cambridge smiled as she made her first public appearance since the royal family announced she is pregnant. she and her husband, prince william, left the london hospital where kate spent three nights for severe morning sickness. as the duchess was still feeling symptoms, she didn't show it. she told the press she was doing much better. kate was bundled up to guard against the cold and to protect the royal bundle of joy. >> it's a great end to a great year. so i think everybody in the uk will be very excited. >> reporter: kate is going to take it easy here at the couple's london home kensington palace. the duchess has canceled all her public events for the weekend. >> really excited about it. >> reporter: prince charles the soon-to-be grandfather said he is thrilled will and kate are having a baby [ indiscernible ] grandfat
. >> the duchess of cambridge is back home tonight after being discharged from the central london hospital where she was being treated for acute morning sickness. she left hospital saying she would felt much better and is recovering tonight in the palace. >> kate, how are you feeling? >> much better, came the reply. she emerged from hospitals, looking more subdued than normal, but that is expected. she was taken from the king edward vii hospital from london harley street to the couple's home at kensington palace for what officials say will be a time of arrest. her recovery is certainly a relief for the royal family. prince charles visiting members of the commonwealth expedition even managed to joke about the australian press and call to the hospital. -- prank call to the hospital. >> [indiscernible] that is funded. -- splendid. >> the important thing for kay now, according to doctors, is to get as much rest as possible. >> she should be resting and avoiding any commitments that are not the central. if she doesn't, her rummaging could get worse again and she could end up back in hospital. >> but
'm baitsabilities. man was killed blocks from jack london square on third street. they say the shooter pulled the trigger and hopped in a vehicle and drove off. they are searching surveillance video trying to identify the person responsible. >> police and security patrols are being expanded in oakland and other east bay communities. it's helped by an crease in burglaries and other crimes. >> reporter: this is small shopping center that sits oh oakland hills and has seen an increase in crime. >> we had break-ins and robberies and even robberies people that took purses. >> they will patrol the area in an effort to help the oakland police department. the company will respond to calls from existing customers as well as any other merchant. monitored clare resident says more security is needed. >> we have been seeing seen a lot more home invasions and burglaries. anything that can help control it i'm for it. >> there be increased patrols including piedmont shopping districts private security firms like bay alarm. david owns camera shop and member of merchant association. he doesn't think its deterr
of the internet and it more than anywhere else. new york, london, tokyo. there are interesting outliers. places like ashford, virginia and another not far from dulles airport. you asked the engineers where the v that is, they would take new york, los angeles, and ashford. theyere the cetnernter is, would say new york, los angeles, hford.wn for -- asked for i you might say the loading dock of a shopping mall are very generic. deliberately so. they try to hide inside when you tried id.. a try to hide them in plain sight. others have operators -- what operators like to call a science fiction movie. that is deliberate. it are modeled after science fiction in order to appeal to the network engineers that are deciding where to put their network connections and where to connect to other networks. when you walk in, it is a bit like walking into a machine. the buildings are incredibly loud and cold from the air- conditioners that keep the machines cool. you cannot see the ceiling. there are usually cages around. big steel cages about half the size of a hotel room. each belongs to a network. that is wher
discharged from the central london hospital where she was being treated for acute morning sickness. she left hospital saying she would felt much better and is recovering tonight in the palace. >> kate, how are you feeling? >> much better, came the reply. she emerged from hospitals, looking more subdued than normal, but that is expected. she was taken from the king edward vii hospital from london harley street to the couple's home at kensington palace for what officials say will be a time of arrest. her recovery is certainly a relief for the royal family. prince charles visiting members of the commonwealth expedition even managed to joke about the australian press and call to the hospital. -- prank call to the hospital. >> [indiscernible] that is funded. -- splendid. >> the important thing for kay now, according to doctors, is to get as much rest as possible. >> she should be resting and avoiding any commitments that are not the central. if she doesn't, her rummaging could get worse again and she could end up back in hospital. >> but the need to protect a cake and the unborn baby raised some
interviewed him in london in 1994. he tells a story about a time at the white house. we will run that and you can fill in the blanks. >> it was rather amusing. on one of our many visits -- i have the better next door. the prime minister had an idea. he wanted to dictate immediately. he was still dictating. >> say that again? he was in the bath? >> yes. he was like a walrus, going down and coming up. he would say a few more words, you know? i dried him, put a bath towel around him. i followed him, notebook in hand, and he was still dictating. and then there was a rap on the door. the door was opened. and here is the british prime minister, absolutely stark. he immediately said, "i have nothing to hide from you." >> anymore to the story that you know what? >> well, this is one of those stories that there are several sides to. churchill did write a letter to the king. i believe he is the only british prime minister to have greeted the president naked. he said that he would not have said that they did not have things to hide because they did have things to hide. there was some dispute, good- natu
a system of transport in comparison to london. london already has great discount to young people on both buses. and i think all the yp with london that this campaign was not be relevant to them. this is -- -- highlight how hard concentrated work of the campaign would be. also, there is a -- [inaudible] debatable some of us here today. if you were age 16 to 25. it can be -- [inaudible] to suggest 28 pounds and give you a train fare. it's not just fantastic -- [inaudible] must be taken by us and promoted by us. instead of us spending another year on the unrealistic campaign. finally, as a whole country, we have an public transport service. of course, there are going to be problems with it. we are human after all. let's stop complaining and focus other campaign -- [inaudible] vital, valuable and realistic this year. a review of the curriculum -- [inaudible] we do not need transport at the campaign. if you are unhappy go and do something about it. make it change locally. so nationally we can bo focus on another more effective campaign. so i plead with you here today to not vote for the u.k.
what will happen to this country after he is gone. >> the london hospital treating the duchess of cambridge has admitted it felt victim to a hoax and a phone call. two disk jockeys from australian ready a station phones of hospital and pretended to be the queen and convinced interest to reveal information about kate's condition. nicholas mitchell house the latest. >> on one end of the call, the exclusive king edward the seventh part of a hospital in london -- king edward vii hospital in london. on the other hand, two australian disk jockeys working for a sydney radio station called @ today f.m.. kate had been admitted to the hospital hours early. william left monday night, looking pensive. in the early hours of tuesday, the australians call the hospital switchboard. >> hello, good morning. >> hello, there. could i still -- christ -- could i please speak to kate, my granddaughter? >> yes, hold on man. >> are they putting us through? >> yes. >> if this works, it is the easiest prank call we have ever made. >> in the ensuing conversation, which we are not broadcasting, a nurse gav
to put in? >> we haven't selected. >> what are you likely to put in? >> there are london plain trees on one side of the park. so we would likely replace any trees we would recommend london plains to go in. >> lemon? >> london plain trees. >> okay. >> we would work with the rec and park department to come up with a species we would approve, but a condition of their permit is that we have to approve their species. >> how tall is a 36" box? >> depends on the species. >> well, the ones you may or may not select. >> for example, if we want with a ginkgo, it would not be as tall. 36" box fast -growing species would be 15' and beginningo with likely be 10' tall at installation . that is a slower-growing tree. >> thank you. >> any public comment on this item? okay, seeing none, mr. vigneau, you have three minutes of rebuttal, if you have anything further to add? >> i appreciate your kindness in allowing me a few minutes more. what mr. mauer -- >> could you speak into the microphone, please? >> what mr. mauer presents, he showed me is the company who came to check on those tre
family talks following kate middleton's release from a london hospital. >>> the jobs cupertino's apple says it is bringing back to the united states. >>> he's the rogue millionaire no lodger on the run. next step for -- no longer on the run. >>> abc news has learned john mcafee will be deported to belize a day after he was arrested in guatemala for entering that country illegally. abc news spoke with him before he was put into a police car last night. the 67-year-old was hoping the guatemalan government would grant him asylum. now he will be headed back to belize where he's wanted for questioning in the november murder of his neighbor. >> you nor any of your associates shoot him? >> for what reason? he's my neighbor. >> former software mogul says he went underground because he's convinced police in belize want him dead. mcafee managed to evade authorities for weeks by wearing costumes and changing his appearance. >>> apple's ceo says the company will begin manufacturing one of is computers in the u.s. apple plan to spend more than 100 million dollars building mac computers. cook says a
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heavily london was bombed in world war ii. hello, there, thank you for joining us. heavily armed police have evacuate a church where mourners had gathered in the wake of u.s. school shootings. they searched the house next door after receiving a bomb threat. president barack obama is preparing to travel to a new town to console the grieving relatives of the 27 victims. joan is live for us in new town. what do we know about this threat that the >> i am not sure that i would make that much of it. i am afraid to say that bomb threats are a way of life in this country. when there is a major national story, people take it upon themselves to do this kind of thing. nonetheless, this is the st. rose church behind me and there was a service with world media outside, people were streaming out, some of them running or looking frightened. we were told that it was a bomb threat at the church. as you can see from these pictures, police and military turning up in serious looking vehicles, sealing off the church. they are still presently conducting a search. they also searched a school that was situated
at christmas time has been discovered by curators at the national museum in london. >> this wax cylinder contains events that took place more than 100 years ago. when it was played by curators at the museum in london, this was what they heard. ♪ the recording who was in 1904 of a 7-year-old singing to his family. it is recreated by his great- grandson. the recordings are of the war family who live in north london. cromwell in the middle was ahead of the family. here with his wife many and airline children -- and their nine children, they love to sing, especially at christmas. >> it was fantastic. it was like a window into the past and being in the same room. >> the family would gather around this gramophone to make their recordings. in all, they made 26 of them. the oldest one was this one from 1902, and is thought to be one of the oldest ever recordings of a family on christmas day. >> here we are, another christmas. >> it was only recently the descendants of the war family heard the recordings. some of them remember the grand parties went on for years to come. >> that would be typica
after he is gone. >> the london hospital treating the duchess of cambridge has admitted it felt victim to a hoax and a phone call. two disk jockeys from australian ready a station phones of hospital and pretended to be the queen and convinced interest to reveal information about kate's condition. nicholas mitchell house the latest. >> on one end of the call, the exclusive king edward the seventh part of a hospital in london -- king edward vii hospital in london. on the other hand, two australian disk jockeys working for a sydney radio station called @ today f.m.. kate had been admitted to the hospital hours early. william left monday night, looking pensive. in the early hours of tuesday, the australians call the hospital switchboard. >> hello, good morning. >> hello, there. could i still -- christ -- could i please speak to kate, my granddaughter? >> yes, hold on man. >> are they putting us through? >> yes. >> if this works, it is the easiest prank call we have ever made. >> in the ensuing conversation, which we are not broadcasting, a nurse gave details about kdot condition. like any
prince william left the london hospital where kate spent three nights for severe morning sickness. if the duchess was still feeling the symptoms, she didn't show it. she told the press she was feeling much better. kate was bundled up to guard against the cold and to protect the royal bundle of joy. >> that's fantastic that they are going to have a baby. babies are life. >> reporter: kate is going to take it easy at the couple's london home. the duchess has canceled all of her public events for the weekend. >> she's been toasting with water and touching her tummy so we've been hopeful she was going to be pregnant soon. >> reporter: prince charles, the soon to be grandfather, said he's thrilled will and kate are having a baby. he called it marvelous and joked it's nice to become a grandfather at his old age. medical experts say kate's condition which causes vomiting and dehydration sometimes lasts the entire pregnancy. the duchess has at least six months to go after the royal baby is born. cbs news, london. >> prince william is likely to get some time off from his royal air force jo
. their royal pregnancy announced monday in london. the british prime minister quick to show his excitement about the news. >> i am sure they will make brilliant parent. in a meeting i was having. >> the palace said middleton is not quite 12 weeks pregnant. she was sent to the hospital where guards are standing by. she is battling acute morning sickness and is expect to do stay there for a few days. book keys in britain already taking bets on possible names for queen elizabeth's first great grandchild adding to the chorus of well wishes president obama p and fist lady michelle. >> having a child is the most wonderful parts of their lyes i am sure that will be the case for the duke and dutches. >> royal baby trending on twitter. >> people are excited that it is absolutely official it is blowing up twitter. >> he will be next in line for the thrown. new rules agreed giving females equal rights of succession. in london amy kellogg, fox news. >> oo exciting news for them. >> before you run out the door we have maria molina standing by for that. >> good morning. we are tracking another day of wi
one picture in london-- the houses of parliament from the south bank of the thames. cities never appealed to him, and they didn't now. finding neither subjects nor an artistic environment that suited him, he left london and traveled 275 miles to the north. he settled in the small fishing village of cullercoats on the north sea and rented a studio two houses from the rescue station, overlooking the beach. here was his first encounter with the wild and elemental forces of nature. the rhythm of life in cullercoats was termined by the fishing boats, which set out at dusk and returned in the morning. gradually, homer began to replace descriptive detail with the concentrated drama of individuals bent on the task of survival in a rugged environment. although he had intended to stay in cullercoats only for the summer, he remained almost two years. in october, he watched the life brigade rescue the crew of a wrecked ship-- the iron crown. he sketched the scene from the beach and later painted one of his largest and most ambitious watercolors. at cullercoats, homer's works took on a new mo
the nature of the bet that sends protagonist racing around the world. at the london club, he marks offhand edly that scheduled travel schedules could take a world around the 180 dares. they said prove it. and it was conceivable by the late 19th century inspect the age of sail getting around the world had taking years on the speed of my sailing ship would have lost his bed. it was the invention of steam power and the creation of regimented european empire around the globe the opening of the suez cable and the emerge of commercial travel services that made it just possible by the 1870s do the global circuit in 80 days. the second thing that impressed me the story was how the material development that sped up global travel required a dramatically increased use of natural resources. when he leaves london he takes new passport. they board a night train which departed london when they let out a cry of despair. in the rush i forget to switch off the gas lamp in my bedroom. well, he replies coldly. you'll be paying the bill. the gas lamp is the novel's running joke. true, it's only a smawt h small
't. the race against time, to save lives. and london calling, police there contacting their australia counterparts into a possible investigation into the royal pregnancy hoax, a prank call from two dj's now apparently tied to the death of a nurse who fell victim to their tricks. >> and indicated, they may wish to speak to the people involved in the matter. >> is it trouble for their radio station, just reach a whole new level? let's begin again. new details about just how intricate and dangerous the operation was to rescue an american doctor. snatched by the taliban, it was breaking news last night on fox report. we're learning much more, the white house saying a short time ago, a u.s. service member, a navy seal was killed in that mission. president obama issuing this statement, tragically we lost one of our special operators in this effort. our thoughts and prayers go to 0 to his family and that mission to rescue dr. dylan joseph from colorado on a humanitarian mission in afghanistan. the doctor was abducted on wednesday in the eastern part of the country in broad daylight while ret
and steaming as much as possible. >> reporter: that's the "nightline" producer in london. he makes his own pudding, an adaptation of the babylonian lady's recipe. >> that is christmas. but we both grew up here and have been eating it since we were kids. do you have to grow up with it to like it? can you acquire a taste? we're going to find some foreigners and force them to eat it. we had some language issues. >> christmas pudding? >> reporter: and fabricated excuses. >> you're allergic? >> reporter: but every foreigner who tried it -- >> it's really good. >> good, good. >> thank you very much. >> reporter: they loved it. and the ultimate test, americans. >> it's much better than fruitcake. >> it's good. >> it's good. >> could use more cinnamon. >> reporter: add cinnamon, do whatever you like to it. just try it. >> no reason you shouldn't eat pudding. >> until you have eaten a steamed british pudding you haven't lived. >> reporter: we fry the leftover pudding the next day in a pan with brandy butter. it doesn't get much more unhealthy and doesn't get much better. i'm nick watt for "nightlin
i will carry the report to london. they decided they could not afford it. the royal government sent their own report. so in 1775 that is why the massachusetts government was not willing to spend the money. they knew they could be skipped if they did not. >>. >> we will continue questions downstairs. also signings of the book. let's continue downstairs. for our panelists. robert, a tired, and john todd andrlik is a publisher of raglan did, >> it is always a treat to be in this store it is a wonderland. about five years ago a friend suggested that i share rightabout ms. green. [laughter] i said to? she was called the which up on wall street. she was interesting but finance and wall street? then it was 2008. and everything changed the stock market collapsed collapsed, real-estate prices plunged and we were in a financial panic i started to think more about ms. green and how she's survived ms. green and how she's survived many financial crisis. there were no diaries then i remember something that was said that nice girls keep diaries. bad girls do not have time last laugh and hetty gree
is trying to keep her spirits up. >> a prank phone call at a london hospital ended with one nurse apparently taking her life. the djs behind the caller speaking out. >> australian deejays to sprinkle the london hospital where kate middleton was being treated can out of hiding, offering a tearful apology on channel 9 television. >> i am heartbroken. >> the fact that we may have a good day part in that is gary shame. >> they made a call to the hospital pertaining to the queen elizabeth and prince charles and asking about the condition. the nurse who answered the call put them through to kate gruen. >> can i speak to kate please? >> the host say they never imagined they would get through. >> it was just something that was fun and light hearted. it was a tragic turn of events that i do not think anyone could have predicted. >> she was found dead friday morning, a victim of a suspected suicide. >> we found out about the same time. >> the global backlash has been fierce. no deal time is likely. >> i do not think there will be any serious prosecution. it to be tough to link the actual death to the
.com. >>> foreigners are still flocking to the london property market. find out why more chinese and russian investors are sinking more money into the capital. we'll get into that. >>> these are the headlines from around the globe. china's mainland market surge nearly 3%. more austerity. britain faces further spending cuts. chancellor george osborne will be releasing his statement amidth lower growth prospects. retailers beginning a stra tete review of its operation. european stocks flat as a pancake. we are firmer today, boosted by chinese leadership comments. pmis were okay for europe, not quite as bad. fairly disappointing. the component slipping into contraction territory. bond markets got spain auctioning prefunding of 2013 coming out. should be very confident. a little bit higher than they have been. guilt yields are higher as well. on the currency market, euro/dollar has been up to one and a half-month high. at the moment, just below that. elsewhere, the dollar is down against the pound. up against the swiss franc and up against the yen. been talking about the chancellor george osborne today. t
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